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The Apple Broadcom BCM94331CD adapter will add 802.11 a/b/g/n with Bluetooth 4.0 to an older Mac Pro, while the Apple Broadcom BCM94360CD adapter will enable 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac support (the primary difference between the two adapters being 802.11 ac). You can easily DIY by finding suitable parts on eBay or Amazon and following instructions on forum sites ...


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I was troubleshooting the Router, I did the reset, created a new network, reset again then I decided to chain the trouble-router with my working Airport extreme. It obviously gave me the SAME IP RANGE issue. I opened the options of the Trouble-router and went to NETWORK > NETWORK OPTIONS > and changed the IPv4 CHCP RANGE from 10.0 to 172.16 saved options, ...


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I have 2 apple tv’s. One wouldn’t work anymore. I went to Utilities, Airport Utilities and noticed there was a newer version available. Once I installed the newer version my apple TV finally worked. I don’t know if this will help anyone else, but it did the trick for me.


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Yes, you can do that. When Ethernet is connected, go to Sharing System Preference Pane. You can share the Internet there by selecting Ethernet as a source.


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I had the same issue, had to turn off and on the printer to get it to print every time even if the jobs were only a few minutes apart. I was not thrilled about changing the 5GHz name as suggested above. I resolved my issue by going into the Airport Utility on my iphone, go to Edit->Advanced->Add WPS Printer->With pin Now my Epson Workforce 845 works ...


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Yes - Time Capsule is a fully functioning Airport and you can bridge, extend or perform any other function of Airport networking as needed without regards to there being a hard drive inside the unit. You needn't worry about changing the network topology and having Macs not find the backup. Even if you actually change the name of the Time Capsule or change ...


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In order to set the TX Power you need an older version of the Airport utility which is available here. Navigate to your base station > Manual Setup > AirPort > Wireless > Wireless Network Options. Once there, choose a transmit power that’s lower than 100% (you can choose between 10%, 25%, 50%, and 100%). Remember to Update your configuration when you’re ...


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OK, lets try to Manually connect to your WiFi. Use following in your Terminal app (located in the utility folder). Turn On (skip this if it is on already) networksetup -setairportpower en0 on Find (skip this if you know the WiFi name and the passowrd) /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/A/Resources/airport scan Connect ...


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Here are two things to check. 1). Do you have any encryption on your WiFi network? If so, I would recommend changing the password/key and using one that is at least 16 characters long and contains at least three of the four types of characters (lower case letter, uppercase letters, numbers, and special characters like "!", "@", "#", "$", "%"...). One ...



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